To help you conduct an inspection you may need to use the following documents:
To help you record the results of your inspection (and the preparation for it), you will need the following forms:
You might also find the U Maryland definition of defect classes useful, especially if you don't like the one on the above defect forms.
A set of sample specifications to inspect is also available.
Karl E. Wiegers, "Peer Reviews in Software: A Practical Guide", Addison-Wesley, 2001. (All the above forms were adpated from Karl Wieger's book, and are available at http://www.processimpact.com/pr_goodies.shtml)
The NASA Formal Inspections Guidebook and Standard are available from the NASA Software Technology Assurance Center at http://satc.gsfc.nasa.gov/fi/fipage.html
The NASA Instructional Handbook for Formal Inspections (for some reason this document has no title page!) http://sw-eng.larc.nasa.gov/process/documents/pdfdocs/inspection.pdf
Philip Johnson's archive of formal technical review materials: http://www2.ics.Hawaii.Edu/%7Ejohnson/FTR/